Louis Jadot Pouilly-Fuisse 2014, Burgundy ($29.99): 100% chardonnay from the Maconnais, this classic white Burgundy from Jadot is always a benchmark for the appellation. With aromas of hazelnuts, almonds, and citrus, and subtles oak, this pairs best with a roast chicken or light fish.
Zind-Humbrecht Pinot Gris 2014, Alsace ($28.99): One of the region’s first biodynamic estates, Zind-Humbrecht produces wines that are richly textured and represent the terroir or Alsace. With extended ageing on its lees and in barrels, this pinot gris is full-bodied, with aromas of honey and tropical fruits all balanced by great minerality.
Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Villages 2014, Beaujolais ($13.99): 100% gamay from the various crus of Beaujolais, this crisp, medium-bodied red has aromas of fresh red berries that pairs well lighter meats and chicken. Great for summer!
Bodegas Chacra Pinot Noir “Barda” 2014, Patagonia ($24.99): This pinot noir from high elevation vineyards has delicate aromas of red and purple fruits, while maintaining some savory ehrbal and earthy notes. A wine that will convince you that Argentina can do much more than malbec.